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CAIRO – Sheikh Mohammed Ayub, the imam of Prophet’s mosque in Madinah passed away on Saturday after a long struggle with illness and ...
As anti-Muslim rhetoric increases worldwide, 400 women have reverted to Islam over the past four month in Riyadh, according to figures revealed during an event held at the Imam Mohammed bin Saud Islamic University.
As United Arab Emirates seeks to expand its cricket Gulf dominance, Emirati hijabi national team cricketer Humaira Tasneem is offering a role model to hundreds of girls wishing to represent their country in international tournaments.
Offering hot meals to thousands of refugees in the Turkish border town of Kilis, the Presidency of Religious Affairs has inaugurated a mobile kitchen and bakery as part of its new campaign to help refugees.
For centuries, two Muslim families in Palestine have been taking care of Christians' most sacred site in Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem), setting an example of peaceful coexistence in the city of peace.
In a milestone for Muslim women, Brunei all-female Muslim pilot crew has operated a plane from Brunei to Jeddah in Saudi Arabia where driving cars remains a thorny issue for women.
A Palestinian teacher who grew up in a refugee camp in Bethlehem has been awarded a prestigious $1m teaching award, in recognition of her work with children exposed to violence.
A Beirut-based Syrian artist has offered little Syrian girls in Lebanon refugee camps a glimpse of fairy tales life, by offering them a costume party where they talked about what makes them happy and their aspirations in the future.
A renowned Saudi Muslim scholar was shot in Zamboanga city southern Philippine after he finished his lecture in an Islamic forum in a school auditorium on Tuesday evening, March 1.
An unemployed Syrian refugee who left Aleppo with his family to Malatya has shown an exemplary behavior after returning gold bracelets he found in old clothes donated by a Turkish family.